Posts Tagged ‘digital’


How Will We Move Forward?

Thursday, January 3rd, 2013

How will we move forward? By Andre Natta I’d originally intended to write a “year in preview” this month, seeking out predictions from some of the most active folks in our digital sphere and offering a few of my own. Then I realized that it makes more sense to make your future instead of trying… Read More

Picture This

Sunday, November 4th, 2012

Instagram boasts one more user. by André Natta I finally decided I’d download the Instagram app for Android back in early September. I started to realize I was missing out on a whole new world of interaction with some of my online friends, one that probably gives me a clearer picture of what truly interests… Read More

New Age Tailgating

Monday, October 1st, 2012

There’s an app for that. by André Natta One thing I’ve learned living down South is how much life in the fall revolves around football. It’s supposed to be fun, and it’s as important to becoming part of the community as any other indicator. The Garrick McGee era of UAB football is in full swing… Read More

I Heard the News Today. Oh Boy.

Monday, October 1st, 2012

The most sweeping transformation of the newspaper business ever is playing out here in Birmingham with layoffs, three-day-a-week newspapers and a focus on digital delivery of the news. By Joe O’Donnell It was a Tuesday morning, early but not that early, maybe 6:45. I went into the convenience store and brought my Coke Zero to… Read More

Digital Momentum

Sunday, July 1st, 2012

Tackling local problems, e-style. by André Natta It’s always interesting to take a step back and see just how our digital community continues to evolve. Two online initiatives recently undertaken have pointed out some level of belief in the future of Birmingham, as well as once again pooling resources to help those in need. I’ve… Read More